"The Transporter 2" is the first beneficiary of the state's new financial incentive program for the entertainment industry, designed to entice film and television productions that are increasingly seeking cheaper locales both domestically and abroad.
While most workers still get by with a cup of coffee when they want to take a break, some companies are providing more creative ways to get employees' adrenaline flowing.
Six Mexican furniture manufacturers from Delicias, in the state of Chihuahua, have opened a showroom in Albuquerque with hopes of attracting new retail and wholesale customers in New Mexico.
Robert Carreon has sold video surveillance equipment to law-enforcement agencies around the country. Now, the Rancho Cucamonga manufacturer wants to expand his horizons beyond U.S. borders.
For a politician not known as an especially eloquent speaker, President Bush managed to hit more than a few rhetorical high notes last January when he proposed overhauling the nation's immigration laws with a sweeping new temporary-worker proposal.
Manhattan Research announced that U.S. Hispanics represent one of the few remaining growth opportunities online for health and pharmaceutical companies.
Thomas & King, a Lexington firm that owns dozens of restaurants, today will tout the results of a pilot program it hopes will serve as a model for businesses looking for ways to increase participation by minority- and women-owned contractors in their projects.
Nearly two years and 5 million viewers later, GolTV has become one of the most popular channels on the Dish Network satellite system.
The North American Free Trade Agreement has disproportionately eliminated jobs among U.S. Hispanics, and the proposed Central American version is likely to do the same, a group of labor activists said Monday.
A new report concludes advertising spending rose 6.4 percent during the first half of 2004, The Hollywood Reporter said Wednesday.
Banks -- whether they are trying to sell remittance services or pushing savings accounts or mortgages -- want a piece of the Hispanic income boom.
UPS Trade Direct SM services streamline the supply chain by making it easy to move goods directly from international factories through customs to multiple U.S. locations, eliminating the need for warehouse stops at the border for repackaging.
From the current issue of Hispanic Business Magazine...
Cable networks SíTV and Mun2 are already on the air, and VOY Network is looking to join them in chasing the growing audience of young, English-speaking Hispanics. Will three be a crowd?
U.S. efforts on two free-trade pacts with Central and South American countries continue to face uncertain futures amid the complex interests of global economic development, business, and politics.
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